The Perennial Gardener’s Design Primer WHETHER YOU’RE A BRAND-NEW GARDENER or a veteran of the spade-and-metoclopramide thuoc biet duoc brigade, starting a perennial garden project can be both exhilarating and overwhelming. The key to making the process go smoothly is knowing the right questions to ask yourself, because when you ask the right questions, the answers are sure to follow. REVIEW: Publishers Weekly Garden design is less rule-bound than it once was, but many novices approach it with trepidation.
By bringing a refreshingly relaxed attitude to a well-worn topic, Cohen and Ondra give it friendly appeal. Both are professional designers and private enthusiasts who believe „you don’t really know a plant until you’ve killed it. Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
REVIEW: Booklist Just when it seems there couldn’t possibly be anything original to say on the subject of perennial-garden design, along come two authors with a breezy style, down-to-earth advice, and a refreshingly open approach to prove you wrong. All rights reserved –This text refers to the Hardcover edition. Fallscaping: Extending your Garden Season into Autumn „WHY IS IT THAT SPRING AND SUMMER GARDENS GET SO MUCH attention, while autumn gardens often seem like nothing more than an afterthought? REVIEW: Booklist Gardens in fall are often deemed the poor stepchildren of their showier spring and summer counterparts, and there is simply no good reason why this should be the case.